12 KID FRIENDLY SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS
SURPRISING SCIENCE TRICKS FOR KIDS
Knowledge is power, and everyone knows that. However, sometimes, learning at school is so dull! Forget about boring lessons with our incredible ideas that help to study faster and easier and also bring a lot of fun! With our cool ideas, you can try a lot of physical and chemical science tricks and learn a plenty of new things. You’ll find out that science can actually be fun and it may also surprise anyone.
The first batch of quick science experiments for kids is literally mind-blowing! Check out that PVA glua and paint hack! It’s so stunning. Another awesome idea is marker spider races – who will win in this magic game?
If you want to run your own magic science show, you better learn the following trick – take a large flat dish of milk, add some drops of different food colors and put a cotton ball soaked in dishwashing soap into the middle. Enjoy your own amazing firework of color!
I hope that now you see that you don’t need anything special to do magic tricks. Sometimes, it can be just paper or water. Check out our cool water and oil tricks and surprise all you friends with your skills. For this craft, you’ll also need some food coloring and aspirin. Pour some oil into a transparent glass jar, add up water and coloring, throw a pill, and enjoy a colorful geyser!
Check out that awesome sugar and soda trick! Be careful with fire and ask your parents to help you with it.
Surprise your friends and family with awesome (but a bit messy) chemistry hacks. For the most impressive one, you’ll need potassium permanganate, liquid soap, hydrogen peroxide. Mix them all together, add hydrogen peroxide last, and behold the magic!
There are more awesome crafts in this video, don’t forget to tell us which craft you liked most of all.
00:58 – Orbeez trick
01:32 – Spider race
03:57 – Aspirin trick
11:27 – Cool physical tricks
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